This book is a collection of essays to honor F. Leroy Forlines who had a long career as a college professor teaching Bible and theology classes at Welch College. Led by editors Matthew Steven Bracey and W. Jackson Watts, the contributors include many of Forlines former students, fellow college professors, and tributes from family members. The writers describe His personal contributions to theological thinking and biblical interpretation as well as the personal impact of Forlines. They also expound on key principles from the core of Forlines' teachings. He is best known for his articulation of Reformed Arminianism, and taught generations of students that theology is for life. Readers will come away with a greater appreciation for the legacy of a Christian life well lived.